Review: Miracle Noodles

Miracle Noodle is a calorie free, soy free, gluten free noodle created from konnyaku root. They are easy to prepare, simply drain from the packing water and boil for one minute. How perfect for a busy mom, college students, or anyone. 


From MiracleNoodle.com;

  • made of naturally water soluble fiber with no fat, sugar, or starch. 
  • contain zero net carbohydrates and zero calories, no gluten -made of a healthy natural fiber called Glucomannan.
  • wheat & gluten free and kosher.
  • easily absorbs the flavors of any soup, dish, or sauce.
  • are instant and come in a variety of styles
  • have shown beneficial effects backed by medical studies for Type II Diabetes, Constipation, Obesity, and Cholesterol!”


Continue on to read my review and to enter to win your own Miracle Noodle!






Review
To review, I was sent a package of all six Miracle Noodle products; Miracle Rice, Spinach Angel Hair, Angel Hair Pasta, Black Shiritaki, Fettucini, and Garlic & Herb Fettucini.


With my trip to Mexico and my current stay with my boyfriend, I was only able to get around to sampling the Garlic & Herb Fettucini, right. As I sample the others, and ideally try out some different recipes, I’ll keep you all posted. I’ve downloaded the Miracle Noodle recipe book to give some recipes a try. (You can download the book for free until the end on July, link below.)


My mom was probably more excited to try out a package of Miracle Noodle than I was. She is currently in a gluten free (for the most part) dietary kick so to speak, as mentioned in a prior review. She is always interested in trying out need product that fit her new dietary restrictions, and was excited when I received Miracle Noodle in the mail.


At this point, we have only tried the above Miracle Noodle. We didn’t pair them with any sauce or in any sort of dish. If you are expecting wheat noodles, you will find your taste buds a bit confused. When I took my first bite, I wasn’t really sure how to feel about the noodles. The texture is not something traditional noodles have. However, the more I ate, the more I grew to find the noodles to be pretty good.


I am looking forward to trying out the other varieties and cooking some recipes up once I am home again. With the fast prep time, they seem like the perfect thing for my sister and I to have on hand in our apartment next year while attending college.


All in all, I liked the noodles. They take a little bit of getting use to, but after that, they’re not too bad. Plus, the added benefits of being calorie free and a healthier option than traditional noodles makes them even better.





Freebie
Until the end of July, MiracleNoodle.com is giving away a free digital copy of their Cookbook and Diet Plan (normally sold for $29.99). Download your free copy by clicking here, and check out all the meals you can create with MiracleNoodles!

Thanks for reading!
Have you ever tried Miracle Noodles, or gluten-free products?




Photo Credit: MiracleNoodle.com

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